Online Therapy, Media Usage, Relationships, Pandemic, Literature Review
The following literature review measures the efficacy of media usage from the standpoint of mental health specialists wanting to administer therapy to married couples or individuals living remotely. Given the current pandemic of coronavirus in the current moment of societal development (April 2020), the need for remote services to be evaluated based from past research on the topic has never been greater, or more opportune than now. Are online or teletherapies as effective as traditional face-to-face settings in America today? With rising demand for mental health professionals in our technology-saturated society, the need to perform new evaluations on the topic are critical to the well-being of those dependent on these fields, particularly in a time of enclosure where tensions or stressors may be at an all time high. The relationship between media usage and marriage is explored, the findings of past reviews and research compiled and investigated, and how these findings apply to our world both inside and outside a pandemic setting are analyzed.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
McCullough, Bowman, "A Review of the Integration of Media Usage and Online Therapy Methods as an Alternative to Standard Therapy Settings" (2020). Student Works. 292.
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Family, Home, and Social Sciences
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